Down to You

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Down To You
Down to you.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Kris Isacsson
Written by Kris Isacsson
Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr.
Julia Stiles
Selma Blair
Ashton Kutcher
Rosario Dawson
Music by Edmund Choi
Cinematography Robert D. Yeoman
Editing by Stephen A. Rotter
Distributed by Miramax Films
Release dates January 21, 2000 (2000-01-21)
Running time 92 minutes
Country United States
Language English, French
Budget $35 million
Box office $24,419,914

Down to You is a 2000 romantic comedy film about losing a first love. It was directed by Kris Isacsson. The main characters are Alfred 'Al' Connelly (played by Freddie Prinze, Jr.), Imogen (Julia Stiles), and Cyrus (Selma Blair). The cast also includes Ashton Kutcher, Rosario Dawson, Lucie Arnaz, Henry Winkler, and Zak Orth.


Sophomore Al Connelly (Freddie Prinze Jr.) meets the girl of his dreams, freshman Imogen (Julia Stiles), and true love abounds. The two engage on a whirlwind courtship—they pick a song based on the records from Al's parents, eat a cake together, and even make love. Imogen's fear of lost youth causes her to push away from Al, and they go their separate ways after Imogen cheats on Al at a party. Al attempts to rebound from the relationship, determined to forget Imogen, and he goes to desperate measures to do so, including suicide by shampoo and problems with his career. In the end, Imogen finds Al when she hears of his attempted suicide and she brings him a book cover that she illustrated featuring the two of them. The two reconcile their differences and get back together showing that love can be obtained. The story is told from the points of view of both Al and Imogen.



The film opened at #2 at the U.S. Box office making $7.6 million USD in its opening weekend, behind Next Friday. It went on to gross only $24.4 million worldwide, well short of its $35 million budget. Down to You received extremely negative reviews from critics with Rotten Tomatoes ranking the film 40th in the 100 worst reviewed films of the 2000s, with a rating of 3%.

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